CANDID-V3 offers efficient treatment for all vaginal Infections caused by Candida species, Torulopsis species, Trichomonas vaginalis, and certain Gram positive and Gram negative organisms.
Pharmacology: Tolerance: There is virtually no absorption of the active ingredient through the vaginal mucosa. No systemic effects are therefore to be expected. CANDID-V3 Vaginal tablets are well tolerated locally.
Vaginal Candidiasis, Vaginal Trichomoniasis, Mixed vaginal Infections, Bacterial vaginitis and Infective Leucorrhea.
One CANDID-V3 Vaginal Tablet should be inserted daily, preferably on retiring to bed at night for 3 consecutive nights. It is to be inserted as deeply as possible into the vagina. This is best achieved with the applicator when lying on the back with the legs pulled in a little towards the body (See Cautions for Usage).
The treatment should not be carried out during menstruation but should be completed before this begins.
For complete relief, it is advisable to apply CANDID Cream to the area around the vagina.
For the prevention of reinfection, the partner should be treated locally with CANDID Cream.
CANDID-V3 Vaginal Tablets are colourless and do not stain the underwear.
Administration of CANDID-V3 Vaginal Tablets during pregnancy, specially in the first trimester, is only under medical advice. This is in accordance with the general directions for the use of drugs.
Important: Pregnant women should strictly abide by the instructions of their physicians.
Special Directions for using the Applicator: Pull out plunger until it stops. Place one vaginal tablet into the applicator.
Insert applicator containing the tablet carefully as deep as possible into the vagina (this is done best by lying on the back).
Push plunger until it stops, thereby depositing the tablet into the vagina. Withdraw the applicator.
After use, remove plunger completely by pulling it out of the applicator. Thereafter, wash both in warm (not boiling) soapy water and dry completely.
G01AF02 - clotrimazole ; Belongs to the class of imidazole derivative antiinfectives. Used in the treatment of gynecological infections.